The Livermore Valley : its resources, soil, crop statistics, capabilities, climatic influences, early history, development, attractions to settlers, opportunities for men with large or small capital, etc.
In double columns
Publisher Livermore : Livermore Herald Job Printing Office
Call number H.848.Sh5C no.12
Digitizing sponsor Boston Public Library
Book contributor Boston Public Library
Collection bplill; bostonpubliclibrary; americana
Notes l.19, 26 33, 35, 43 text printed into gutter. Some text printed faintly. No copyright page found. No table-of-contents pages found.
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Bound volume contains: 1. California, her wealth and resources -- 2. Benicia (Calf.) : synopsis of reasons why it should be made a port of entry -- 3. Decade sermons : two historical discourses ... -- 4. Address of the superintendent of public instruction of the state of California -- 5A. Letter of the state geologist relative to the progress of the State Geologist Survey, during the years 1864-1865 -- 5B. Letter of the state geologist relative to the progress of the State Geologist Survey, during the years 1866-1867 -- 5C. Report of the Commissioners to manage the Yosemite Valley and the Mariposa big tree grove, for the years 1866-7 -- 6. Common sense applied to the immigrant question -- 7. The shortest route to California -- 8. California : letters from Joseph F. Cronelly, to Henry Burbidge, Galway -- 9. The early days and rapid growth of California -- 10. Something about California : being a description of its climate, health, wealth and resources ... -- 11. The Associated Pioneers of the Territorial Days of California in the city of New York -- 12. The Livermore Valley -- 13. Report upon the blasting operations at Lime Point, California, in 1868 and 1869
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